Coming straight from the horses’ mouth, Nikon has recently disclosed two new cool machines in the market; Coolpix P7800 and Coolpix S02. Latest point-and-shoot camera, the devices are placed at a cost of $400 for the latter and $200 for the former.
The compact and simple Coolpix S02 will hold several color choices including silver, white, pink and blue and will be up for grabs starting mid-September. Made for the low-budget market, this camera will come equipped with a CMOS sensor. Holding a valuable count of 13.2-million pixels, the S02 will house a NIKKOR lens. The handy LCD of 2.7-inch of this device will make it an apt choice for simple and easy use.
A predecessor to the Coolpix P7700, the P7800 will roll out in the market, starting October in black color. With the newest electronic viewfinder, this device sports enhanced optical lens. The high-res, 921k-dot (VGA) LCD of the P7800 will roll out with diopter adjustment function and frame coverage of 100 percent. The 3-inch vari-angle TFT LCD monitor of the device is apt for wide viewing with the RGBW system. Offering automatic and advanced features, the device gives users complete control with high-powered, intuitive options.
Packed with a 1/1.7-inch 12.2-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS sensor, the camera holds a maximum aperture f/2.0-4.0 glass lens. There’s also a flexible 7.1x zoom range equal to 28-200mm, using which users can capture images and Full-HD 1080p videos even in low-light conditions.
Using the lens-shift Vibration Reduction in the lens, steady images can be shot even on the move. Users can also take nonstop images at 8fps for up to six shots. The device also holds full manual controls (P,S,A,M). It has the capacity to capture RAW files, which can be edited later on.